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by Miles Davis

Widely acknowledged by jazz critics and aficionados as a landmark in 'hard bop' and one of the greatest jazz albums ever, Miles' 1956 Columbia Records debut showcased his first legendary quintet featuring John Coltrane.

180 gram audiophile vinyl

1. ‘Round Midnight
2. Ah-Leu-Cha
3. All Of You

1. Bye Bye Blackbird
2. Tadd’s Delight
3. Dear Old Stockholm
Kind Of Blue (Vinyl)

Miles Davis Kind Of Blue (Vinyl)


Kind Of Blue (Vinyl)

by Miles Davis

Listed as one of the four most influential Jazz albums that happened to be released in 1959 (Dave Brubeck – Time Out & Charles Mingus –Ah Um among them), so much has been said and written about Miles Davis' Kind Of Blue, it's virtually impossible to summarize all the necessary info to the length of this page. We could simply list some facts (best sold Jazz album ever worldwide). We could try to explain why it's the best Jazz album ever made, but the music itself will do that to you. As Bill Evans said in the original liner notes for the record, the band did not play through any of these pieces prior to recording. Miles Davis laid out the themes before the tape rolled and the band improvised. The end results were fragile and wondrous. Recorded during 2 sessions in 1959, Kind of Blue worked on many different levels and will do so for many years to come.


So What
Freddie Freeloader
Blue In Green
All Blues
Flamenco Sketches

The Essential Miles Davis (Vinyl)  (2LP)

The Essential Miles Davis (Vinyl) (2LP)

by Miles Davis
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Spanning five decades and seven labels, this consolidated first time vinyl edition of the 2001 collection The Essential Miles Davis captures the jazz giant at every stage of his trailblazing career, from his early recordings with Bird (""Now's the Time"") through his cornerstone triumphs (""So What,"" ""Round Midnight,"" ""Someday My Prince Will Come,"" ""Miles Runs the Voodoo Down,"" ""Summertime,"" ""The Pan Piper"") to his late twilight years (""Time After Time""). And when you're the best you work with the best so the 14-track set also features contributions from such fellow music luminaries as Gil Evans, Dizzy Gillespie, Gerry Mulligan, Bill Evans, Wynton Kelly, Hank Mobley, Wayne Shorter, and John Scofield among many more.


LP1 Side A
Now's the Time
'Round Midnight
Bye Bye Blackbird

LP1 Side B
So What
The Pan Piper

LP2 Side A
Someday My Prince Will Come

LP2 Side B
Miles Runs the Voodoo Down
Black Satin
Time After Time

The Essential Dave Brubeck (Vinyl)

The Essential Dave Brubeck (Vinyl)

by Dave Brubeck

The Essential Dave Brubeck features 17 tracks selected by Dave Brubeck, and provides an excellent overview of his long career. Featuring tracks from 24 albums recorded between 1949 and 2002, including "Take Five" and "Blue Rondo à la Turk”, as well as some excellent takes on show tunes, such as the theme from Mr. Broadway and "Maria" from West Side Story. In addition, Brubeck chose mono versions over later stereo versions. The Essential Dave Brubeck shows the vast range of Dave Brubeck's musical range and complexities as a composer, as well as his dynamite presence as a performer.


Side A
The Duke
In Your Own Sweet Way
Some Day My Prince Will Come

Side B
Brandenburg Gate
Three to Get Ready

Side A
Take Five
Blue Rondo ÌÎÌ_ÌÎ_ la Turk
It's a Raggy Waltz

Side B
Unsquare Dance
Summer Song
That Old Black Magic
Bossa Nova U.S.A.
Theme From "Mr. Broadway"
La Paloma Azul

Miles Ahead (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) (Vinyl)

The release of the movie ‘Miles Ahead’, Don Cheadle's wildly entertaining and moving exploration of Miles Davis, will be accompanied by this new soundtrack featuring musical highlights from Miles' career and new recordings overseen by Grammy Award-winning jazz/hip-hop artist Robert Glasper.  This is a perfect primer on Davis' career for the new fan and a brilliant audio keepsake of the film for those who've studied his works inside and out. Pressed on 2LP, 180gram vinyl in a gatefold sleeve, the album features 11 tracks from across Miles' catalogue from 1956 to 1981, select dialogue from the film featuring Cheadle in character, and five original compositions written, co-written, produced or performed exclusively for ‘Miles Ahead’ by Robert Glasper. These cues include "What's Wrong with That?" a jam that closes the movie imagining Cheadle as Miles playing in the present day with guest performers Glasper, Herbie Hancock, Wayne Shorter, Gary Clark, Jr. and Esperanza Spalding; plus ‘Gone 2015’, an end-credits song featuring guest verses from rapper Pharoahe Monch. Cheadle also pens new liner notes for the album discussing the selection and creation of the songs on the soundtrack. 


Side A
Miles Ahead
Dialogue: "It takes a long time..."
So What
Taylor Made
Dialogue: "Listen, you talk too goddam much..."

Side B
Seven Steps to Heaven
Dialogue: "If you gonna tell a story..."
Frelon brun
Dialogue: "Sometimes you have these thoughts..."

Side A
Dialogue: "You own my music..."
Go Ahead John
Black Satin
Dialogue: "Be musical about this shit..."
Prelude, Pt. 2
Dialogue: "Y'all listening to them..."
Junior's Jam

Side B
Back Seat Betty
Dialogue: "I don't like the word jazz..."
What's Wrong with That?
Gone 2015

In Step (Vinyl)

Stevie Ray Vaughan In Step (Vinyl)


In Step (Vinyl)

by Stevie Ray Vaughan
The Grammy Award Winning album In Step is Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble’s fourth studio, originally released in 1989. Stevie Ray had recently become sober, after years of drug and alcohol abuse. This is a recurring theme on the album. The response to In Step was very positive, with most reviews giving the album 5 out of 5 stars, claiming "it's fully realized, presenting every facet of Vaughan's musical personality, yet it still soars with a sense of discovery...“ Lou Reed selected In Step as one of his album picks in 1989. Unfortunately In Step proved to be Stevie Ray’s last album with Double Trouble before his untimely death, caused by a helicopter crash, in 1990.